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Editing Feature Lines with the Grading Elevation Editor

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02-01-2014 02:24 AM

Is there any way to hold the focus on the selected points in the Grading Elevation Editor?

When I select some points and use raise once, the points beein deselected. And then I have to select the points again if I want to rise more.

 

-Or is there any easier solution to select a point or some point on a feature line and raise/lower then fast and easy by step?

 

Rune

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Citadel2012
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Re: Editing Feature Lines with the Grading Elevation Editor

02-01-2014 07:05 AM in reply to: post
Grab a feature line and the feature line editor ribbon should pop up. Hit "edit elevations" and click the first small icon on the upper left, "quick elevation editor." This allows you to set the elevation at each P.I./elevation point, as well as grade in/out. Hope this helps.
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Re: Editing Feature Lines with the Grading Elevation Editor

02-06-2014 12:35 PM in reply to: Citadel2012

thanks, but it's still a slow way to edit and try. 

I hope it should be a way to hit a key to raise a point fast and easy. now you have to enter the measurement each time. That's too slow...

 

Rune

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Re: Editing Feature Lines with the Grading Elevation Editor

02-06-2014 02:45 PM in reply to: post

Try keeping the CTL or SHIFT key held down after making a multiple selection and keep the key help down while you click the buttons to edit.

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